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Trump Talks about Mobilizing Military to Deliver Vaccines

The world keeps getting more and more surreal these days.


President Trump is reportedly mobilizing the U.S. military to distribute a novel coronavirus vaccine when one becomes available and will focus first on older Americans.

“You know it’s a massive job to give this vaccine,” Trump said in an interview broadcast Thursday on Fox Business Network.

“Our military is now being mobilized so at the end of the year, we’re going to be able to give it to a lot of people very, very rapidly.”

Trump said he believes there will be a vaccine by the end of the year and the United States is mobilizing “our military and other forces” on that assumption.

And, just when you thought that things couldn’t get any stranger,  TheEndOfTheAmericanDream.com’s Michael Snyder reports that  two U.S. government agencies have taken things to an entirely new level.

The U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services have just put out a press release that is absolutely jaw dropping, but so far hardly anyone is talking about it. 

According to the press release, a 138 million dollar contract has been awarded to ApiJect Systems America for two projects known as “Project Jumpstart” and “RAPID USA”.  Apparently the goal of these projects is to have vast numbers of “injection devices” ready to go once a COVID-19 vaccine becomes available.  The following comes directly from the official website of the Department of Defense

“Today the Department of Defense and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, announce a $138 million contract with ApiJect Systems America for “Project Jumpstart” and “RAPID USA,” which together will dramatically expand U.S. production capability for domestically manufactured, medical-grade injection devices starting by October 2020.

Spearheaded by the DOD’s Joint Acquisition Task Force (JATF), in coordination with the HHS Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response, the contract will support “Jumpstart” to create a U.S.-based, high-speed supply chain for prefilled syringes beginning later this year by using well-established Blow-Fill-Seal (BFS) aseptic plastics manufacturing technology, suitable for combatting COVID-19 when a safe and proven vaccine becomes available.

The contract also enables ApiJect Systems America to accelerate the launch of RAPID USA manufactured in new and permanent U.S.-based BFS facilities with the ultimate production goal of over 500 million prefilled syringes (doses) in 2021. This effort will be executed initially in Connecticut, South Carolina and Illinois, with potential expansion to other U.S.-based locations. RAPID will provide increased lifesaving capability against future national health emergencies that require population-scale vaccine administration on an urgent basis.

So that would be enough “injection devices” to vaccinate every man, woman and child in the entire country one and a half times.

Nothing to worry about at all there. Just take your untested brand new vaccine and like pleb. I will tell you right now there is no way I am taking that nor will they make me take it.

3 thoughts on “Trump Talks about Mobilizing Military to Deliver Vaccines”

  1. “So that would be enough “injection devices” to vaccinate every man, woman and child in the entire country one and a half times.”

    Only if it’s a single-dose vaccine. It’s not uncommon for vaccines to require multiple doses. Hep A and Hep B are both two doses. Rabies is three IIRC. Since the vaccine is made of unicorn piss at the moment, what we have is a cushy contract for needles for some Beltway bandits.

    Something to remember about Mr. Trump: as a businessman, he understands that talk is cheap. Most politicians deal in talk as their currency, so they mistake words for action. Trump understands that words are just an inexpensive way to get people to do what you want. Does he want Kim Jong Un at the negotiating table? Say nice things about him. Butter him up. Kim isn’t doing what Trump likes? Get in a Twitter slapfight with him to try to make him pivot off his position. What does any of that cost Trump?

    DC, including politicians, bureaucrats and the presstitutes all deal in words as their currency. That’s one of the reasons why Trump befuddles them and why they—liars to a man—accuse him of “lying,” because he uses words as a tool rather than as a currency.

    So Trump said the military would help vaccinate people. Did he bother to tell them that? Are any of them doing anything about it?

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  2. Veterans of a certain age will remember going thru the vaccination lines of basic and advanced individual training where a medic with a pneumatic powered injection gun would grab the arm and POW shoot you up no muss no fuss, sometimes one medic on each side hitting both arms simultaneously, and if they had the pressure turned up a bit too far could put you on your knees. Good times.

    Maybe they still do it like that, I dunno, but probably that’s a better way for places like NYFC and the Gay Bay and such-like, than hitting people with needles by the gazillion. I’m not lining up for it either, BTW, but I would volunteer to inject members of Congress L.O.L.

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